Upstart firm to manage Paul McCartney's music publishing outside U.S., UK
A music firm representing such clients as Dave Stewart, Beck and Eddie Vedder has announced it has signed a deal to manage Paul McCartney's music publishing outside of the U.S., Canada and the UK retroactive to
Sir Paul McCartney found freedom in Scotland
Sir Paul McCartney found freedom when he moved to Scotland in 1971. The legendary musician took his wife Linda and their young children - Heather, Linda's child from a previous relationship, and Mary - to their farm on the Mull of Kintyre, Scotland, in the wake of the dissolution of The Beatles to avoid dealing with all the legal problems that arose with the end of the group.
Sir Paul at graduation celebrations
Sir Paul McCartney has led graduation celebrations at the "fame" school he set up in his home city.Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (Lipa) opened in 1996 after a long campaign by the former Beatle.
Sir McCartney Fuming Over David Beckham's Olympic Soccer Snub
Sir Paul McCartney has criticised Olympic soccer chiefs for leaving David Beckham out of the Great Britain team, insisting the sports star is "a national hero" and deserved a place on the squad.
New deal for Paul's post-Beatles songs
Kobalt Music Group, an upstart music publisher that is now one of the world's biggest, has announced that it will manage the copyrights of Paul McCartney's post-Beatles songs such as "Ebony and Ivory" and "Band on the Run" along with works managed by McCartney's MPL Communications group outside of North America and the UK.